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Wow, that is a beautiful piece. Tissot is a lower-tier brand owned by the Swatch group. Generally, their watches feature stock ETA movements in good, no-thrills cases. A similar brand might be Hamilton, also owned by Swatch, though they offer very different aesthetics. IMO, both are very high value-for-money watches. Make sure you maintain the watch regularly by bringing it a good repairman every five years ago. Congratulations on graduating!
Don't know if there are any left, but I got a few at ~50/each.
Less structured, but wrong color and not nearly as nice: http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product...catId=cat90204
I know, odd request. Missed this when it went on sale on the website, and wondering if anyone's got one they're not using: http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product...atId=cat260091 Would probably be interested in any color combination. Thank you.
James, I bet the Polo Store in Palo Alto, CA still has the size 8's I didn't end up keeping precisely because the heel slipped too much. Call them at (650) 326-1710. I hope it works out.
Take out the battery then take it apart, wipe it down with slightly soapy water or, better, alcohol. Let it dry for an hour before returning the battery.
Cool writeup, thanks!
Double pleats? Also, could you provide measurements (inseam, across thigh, leg opening)?
Does anyone have any knowledge of or suggested reading on the environmental impact of clothing manufacturing? I imagine the two most damaging processes are growing the plants or animals for the required fiber and dying the fabric/yarn. (The Economist recently had an article that alluded to the impact that dying had on local streams and rivers in China.) Also, is there a systematic way to trace the fabrics labels use in their clothing? For example, from reading this...
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